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Hospitalization rate of N.W.T. youth with asthma decreases over a decade: report
A new report released this month shows a decrease in hospitalization of N.W.T. youth for asthma between 2006 and 2015.
Lack of bishops' consensus, concerns over cost behind Pope apology decision: Archbishop
A lack of consensus among Canadian bishops played a role in Pope Francis's decision to deny a request that he visit Canada and apologize to Indigenous Peoples for residential schools, according to the Archbishop of Regina.
Yukon's Frostbite Festival not doing so hot
The long-running music festival returned this year and organizers had high hopes for the revival. Now they're in the red.
Minister Wally Schumann in London to pitch N.W.T. mining to foreign investors
Minister Wally Schumann is at a two-day mining symposium in London, England, with three other department staff.
Fort Providence fire department boosts number of volunteer firefighters
MMIWG national inquiry announces new executive director, director of research
Inuit organization may prohibit Inuk prospector from making money off gold discovery
3 youth injured in Kuujjuaq after ATV collides with police car
Elder emotional at opening of on-the-land wellness camp in Yellowknife
Meet Snowguard: Marvel Comics' new Inuk teen superhero
Farmers of feathers flock together at Whitehorse chicken workshop
Greenland ruling party has most votes in election tracked by Canadian mining firms, China
École St. Joseph School gets $1.5M upgrade
Canadians must hold government accountable in Nunavut's tuberculosis outbreak
Inuit worry about toxic splash from rocket debris in Canada's Arctic waters
Yukon Quest bars past champ Hugh Neff, cites 'lack of dog care'
'We've been waiting': Fort McPherson locals discuss pot at cannabis consultation